Machine learning – can the boring bits of your job be replaced by an algorithm?
Machine learning software completes more than 41 years of non-stop legal work in a few seconds.Read More
Machine Learning recreates image that monkeys’ brains use 205 neurons to process
Satalyst's Advanced Analytics Practice Lead, Munish Mehta, investigates the scientific breakthrough in how the brain recognises images and how easily this translates to artificial intelligence applications.Read More
Azure, Mobility and Big Data dominates at Microsoft’s Build 2015 Conference
Satalyst’s Chief Technical Officer, Aidan Morgan, has returned from Microsoft’s Build 2015 developers’ conference in San Francisco. Some of the fun and more buzzworthy sessions and demos outside the keynote addresses were around Microsoft’s efforts for the Internet of Things (both with Windows 10 and Azure) and the “Holographic Academy” sessions for Microsoft’s HoloLens. But the dominant themes were around Azure, mobility and big data. Azure data centres now support 19 unique regions around the world, more than Amazon Web Services and Google’s cloud. In the past year alone, Microsoft launched 500 new Azure services. In his keynote speech, Scott Guthrie (Executive VP of the Cloud and Enterprise group) announced new options for big data: Azure SQL data warehouse service – a broad-scale data warehousing platform that runs in the cloud; and a Azure Data Lake – a hyper-scale data store for big data analytic workloads integrated with Azure Machine Learning and other big data services from Microsoft. Read from Scott Guthrie on Microsoft’s Official Blog.Read More